In their first season as a franchise, the Vegas Golden Knights are preparing to compete for the Stanley Cup. Here are the three keys for a Golden Knights victory.
The conclusion of the 2017-18 NHL season is upon us as the Vegas Golden Knights are set to clash with the Washington Capitals for the right to hoist Lord Stanley's Cup. Here are the biggest storylines entering the series.
Stanley Cup Finals Preview: Who has the defensive edge between the Golden Knights and Capitals?
The Stanley Cup Finals begin in just a few days. Who has the early edge in the race for the Conn Smythe Trophy for the Finals most valuable player?
The Washington Capitals jumped out to an early 2-0 series lead but were forced to win in game six to force a game seven against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Heading into the showdown, who is the Capitals X-factor?
The Tampa Bay Lightning and Washington Capitals are set to square off in game seven of the Eastern Conference Finals. Who is the Lightning's X-Factor with a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals on the line?
After jumping out to a 2-0 series lead over the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Washington Capitals have now dropped three in a row. Is the series over for Alex Ovechkin and the Capitals?
After being projected to finish near the bottom of the league, the Vegas Golden Knights clinched their spot in the Stanley Cup Finals with a 2-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Sunday.
The Vegas Golden Knights magical season continues as they are set to square off against the Winnipeg Jets with the winner set to represent the Western Conference in the Stanley Cup Finals. Here is the preview.
The Eastern Conference Finals is set and this year, it will feature the Washington Capitals and Tampa Bay Lightning. The Lightning took care of the Boston Bruins in five games in their quarterfinals series; whereas Washington took care of the two time defending Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins.
The Nashville Predators are looking to return to the Western Conference finals. However, the Winnipeg Jets are looking to continue their success IN Nashville and knock off the President's Trophy winners.
Much to the dissapointment of many New Englanders, the Boston Bruins season came to an end after losing in the second round to the Tampa Bay Lightning, However, despite the loss, the future is bright for the Black-and-Gold.
The Tampa Bay Lightning and Vegas Golden Knights both clinched their spots in the third round. Now, they await the winners of the two remaining series that involve the two Stanley Cup Finals participants from a year ago.
The Boston Bruins 6-2 win in game one over the Lightning seems like a distant memory now. The Bruins have now dropped three straight, including an overtime heartbreaker in game four and are teetering on the brink of elimination. Now, they must win three straight—including TWO in Tampa.
Too many times has the NHL Player Safety Department failed to properly discipline players. Now it has cost on Penguin the rest of his postseason.